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You may wish to have Avery Dennison, the folks that purchased Monarch/Paxar, to service your printer.
Their phone number is 1-800-543-6650 and ask them the correct address for service. Your bands may be getting too loose, and need to be replaced. If it is something that they can instruct you to take care of, they can sell you the bands and provide instruction.
The Ink reals and printhead assembly are all mounted on the single
black plastic mold which is held down by three mounting screws.Two
of the mounting screws are up front ; one within a long thin well, the
third is in back. Any long thin Philips Screw Driver will do.
Seagull would likely have to provide the real help here, but it sounds like your Seagull drivers are not using the correct supply setting. If the supplies have a black mark on the back of the liner, then set your driver up as black mark. If they ONLY have a small gap between the labels, then set it up as die cut. If it has a die cut and a black mark, set them up as black mark.
It is also possible that your sensor is dirty, damaged, or covered up so that the printer cannot see the supplies. If you're not using Monarch/Paxar/Avery Dennison supplies, then the index mark (die cut or black mark) may not be to the printer's specification and it just doesn't know when to start and stop on a label.